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Friday, July 22, 2011
Friday Spotlight: Grace Greene
Both stories have themes of trust and faith. But in Beach Rental Juli is without resources. With a little help, she learns another way to live – with dreams and hope. Juli channels her self-reliance into the ability to depend upon others without losing her sense of self and what she wants for the future.
Beth in Kincaid's Hope turns her back on everything she’s ever known because she can’t forgive – not her family and not herself. She’d rather remove emotion from her life than risk more hurt. Beth thinks she can build a life free of messy emotionalism, but the life she crafts doesn’t fit her. One day, her temper blows and it all falls apart. She’s forced back to the small town in which she grew up, and into the small-town memories she ran away from, and face-to-face with the unfinished business she tried to forget, including the almost-sweetheart waiting for her back in Preston, Virginia.
Kincaid's Hope takes place in southwestern Virginia, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Beth Kincaid must face the person she really is – the girl with the Kincaid legacy – a hot-tempered redhead who came from a family rife with bad choices. She runs into the (almost) old flame – and they learn some life lessons together, but no spoilers here. I hope you’ll read the whole story in January 2012.
Beach Rental is available now in trade paperback and e-formats. I hope you'll enjoy it.
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